In Let The World See Us, Simon talks to the closest person he has in his life, Cyrus, who also works for his company.
SIMON: I’ve become stone, ice. Life has been tough on me, it has shaped me into being something I am not…I used to be this sensitive child, a shy boy, vulnerable, weak even…obsessed with my mother’s love, protected. When I stepped foot into this world, I was shown things that were nothing like the bubble I grew up in…I became angry at my mother for loving me so damn much, she kept all harmful things away from me. As a man, I was either going to sink or swim…I had no father, my father was always a piece of shit to me…an anger that still propels me forward…but, through my mother’s love, I found inside myself some kind of untapped knowledge, she gave me the foundation to be what I’ve become…a brute, when necessary. I am disappointed in myself, because I may have gone too far, I may have bitten on more than my heart desires, not because I can’t stomach the fight, but more because I don’t think it is necessary and I’m struggling to pull myself back and find the younger man I once was.
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In the one act eplay Let The World See Us, Cyrus tries talking Simon out of removing the entire board of his company because she fears terrible circumstances in response. 1 Woman, 1 Man. Drama.
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